Minu Pilvankar

Institution/Organization: Oklahoma State University

Department: Chemical Engineering

Academic Status: Graduate Student

What conference theme areas are you interested in (check all that apply):
Data-Driven Modeling and Prediction
Multiphysics and Multiscale Computations
Verification, Validation, Uncertainty Quantification


-Intersection of chemical engineering, computational science and engineering, applied mathematics, biomedical science, and pharmaceutical science. – Developing computational models for predicting the dynamic behavior of pharmaceutical drug delivery devices, continuous pharmaceutical manufacturing, and physiological processes.

Non-Work Related Activities:

1. Teaching Assistant for Rate Operations course at the School of Chemical Engineering, Oklahoma State University, 2016. 2. Instructor for College of Engineering, Architecture and Technology Summer Bridge Program chemical engineering design (three-week short course for incoming freshmen), 2015, 2016. 3. Volunteered for Oklahoma National Science Foundation EPSCoR Women in Science Conference to teach kids about using computers to solve real world problems from a chemical engineering perspective., Tulsa, 2016. 4. Mentor at BASF Kids’ lab to perform chemistry-water-related experiments and explain role of chemistry in water purification, India, 2012. 5. Process Intern at Rashtriya Chemical and Fertilizers Ltd., India, 2012. 6. Social Chair of Chemical Engineering Graduate Student Association, Graduate and Professional Student Government Association and Indian Student Association